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    by Jmill42 Written Mar 25, 2004

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    I am sure that I missed out on a lot of the small things, but the only reason I came here was for the annual La Tomatina celebration. For thos of you who do not know about La Tomatina, it is the World's largest tomato fight. Thousands of people line the streets of this small village and all hell breaks loose when they dumptruck in 3 loads of tomatos!! It get a bit messy to say the least. I had a river of tomato up to my knees and I cleaned tomato from places I hadn't learned about in Anatomy 101for about a week!

    R.I.P. Jason's Teva sandles, shorts, shirt, underwear, and glasses. All either lost or necessary to discard because of hygenic reasons!!

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  • Jun 25, 2013 at 7:31 AM

    UPDATE JUNE 2013 - The Town Hall of Buñol finally decided on limiting the fight to 20,000 revellers broken down as follows, 5,000 for locals of the town of Buñol and 15,000 for foreigners. SO less than half of that of previous years. Entry will be taxed at 10€ per person. Booking must be made online at their site and you must print a "budget airline" style ticket and take it to Buñol with your passport on the morning to exchange for a wristband. There are some organised trips to La Tomatina, thisisvalencia.com offer a day trip, their eighth, which includes the entry to the fight (with wristband before arrival) Showers, a swim, Paella lunch and booze, tee-shirt and goggles for just 85€ per person

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